Sure, the single-family detached market is super hot, but nothing says our market is scorching like a townhome going from active to pending in eight days. That’s exactly what happened at 3220 Oliver Ave. — a very rare end-unit two-story condo near Knox Street listed by Dallas City Center Realtor Randy Elms.
Oh, and it doesn’t hurt that it’s an absolutely gorgeous soft contemporary inside!
There’s not much you won’t love about 3220 Oliver Ave., a two-story, two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 1,790-square-foot condo in a very hot location. The unit, which includes a bright and airy two-story living room with concealed media center and wet bar, was listed by Elms for $515,000. The end unit floor plan is perfect in that it allows for a nice little side yard as well as a larger garden. And the HOA fees are quite reasonable at $869 due quarterly.
“The property had vigorous activity and a strong offer within nine days,” said Elms. “With the holidays, both sellers and buyers were flexible with the option period timeframe and came to a quick agreement, solidifying terms all parties agreed to in one of the hottest neighborhoods in Dallas.”
“The kitchen features a built in refrigerator and gas Thermador cook top, a chef’s delight,” Elms notes. “Both bathrooms have been updated with modern fixtures and current tile, fresh texture, and paint throughout.”
You’ll also note all of the built-in displays and storage in this unit, a huge plus for those who focus on decor and collectables. Additionally, I absolutely adore how minimalist the kitchen is. There’s a pass-through to the dining room, but it’s open to the rest of the first floor — a bonus in my book.
Both full baths have fab spa-like updates, with new subway tile and high-end shower heads. The master has a wonderful vaulted ceiling and a spectacular walk-in closet.
And we love that there’s plenty of outdoor space, which is often at a premium with condos and single-family attached homes. What do you think about this two-story condo in the Knox Street area? For us, we can see why it went so quickly!